In the fight against breast cancer.... the chances of survival may depend in part - on the color of a woman's skin. New research coming out of the nation's largest cancer conference adds to evidence that black women with breast cancer...... don't fare as well as their white peers. At a breast cancer summit in Chicago last fall - local researchers released a report - that found survival rates over the past two decades increased - but only among white women. Findings echoed in new research of 15 thousand women with advanced breast cancer. from 1988 to 2003 - survival rates among Africans held steady around 17 months - compared to an increase from 20 to 27 months among white women. According to the American Cancer Society.....more than 180-thousand women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 and more than 40-thousand will die from the disease. Locally the American Cancer Society predicts one thousand 830 Arkansas women will get breast cancer this year. They say 410 of them will die from breast cancer here in the state.